VILDHJARTA Signs With CENTURY MEDIA RECORDS

Century Media Records has announced the signing of Swedish progenitors VILDHJARTA to worldwide deal. The band's new album is tentatively due before the end of the year.

Described in a press release as "one of the most respected bands in the scene, VILDHJARTA mixes ambient, peaceful moments with brutal and dark music to create some of the most awe-inspiring and unique musical output in modern metal. Hyped since their early days, thanks to short demos that circulated the web amongst fans of groove metal, they have taken more than half a decade to musically advance to a point where their unexpected endeavors leave the listener in a state of blissful confusion."

VILDHJARTA is:

Daniel del - Vocals
Robert Luciani - Vocals
Daniel Bergstrm - Guitars
Calle Thomr - Guitars
Jimmie kerstrm - Guitars
Johan Nyberg - Bass
David Lindkvist Drums

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